What comes to mind when you hear the word “marijuana”? Do you envision a drug that makes people lazy or a medicinal herb that could potentially save lives?
Although the Marihuana Tax Act 1937 effectively outlawed the plant in the 30s, a campaign to taint its image began in the U.S long before it was outlawed. It was a slow and steady process, beginning with individual states outlawing it and leading to a nationwide ban. Yet, despite its slow progress, the criminalization of marijuana didn’t take much effort. The public was mostly indifferent to it until a flood of propaganda from the media, much of which was racist, convinced them it was dangerous and led to crime, violence, and hedonism. Today, the accepted rhetoric is that marijuana dulls the mind, ensures you don’t contribute to society, and leads to harder drugs — a stereotype that still prevails.More Info: http://bit.ly/2sDNxIv
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